No. Snippets are designed to be used as reusable content no matter which topic they are used in. In such the topic properties should control the master page being used, not the snippet. Perhaps you can tell us more about the use case you are trying to achieve and we can advise more.
The topics in my project have been updated with a new master page (color, font, pt. size, new table look, etc.), Some of these topics have snippets. When the snippet is called into the topic, they look like my old master page (I went in and manually and updated a table, to make it look like the topic a year ago, but the style has changed yet again). Based on your previous answer, it appears that I can only manually do this to each snippet.
To me, the snippet should carry all the characteristics in all the topics in my project...not look generic.
The snippets I am using all pertain to one project (not across multiple projects).
The snippet doesn't have a style sheet attached itself in RH9. Your
tables most likely use inline styling instead of a table style from the
CSS. In that case, you must manually update the snippets as the CSS
cannot override the styling of the table in the snippet itself.
Thank you William. That's what I am doing, manually updating the table in my snippets. Thankfully I only have 10 snippets!